The president of Turkey on Tuesday praised his country’s dialogue with Iran to find possible solutions to problems in their shared region.
“Dialogue between Turkey and Iran has played a determinant role in resolving many regional problems,” said Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, speaking at the sixth meeting of the Turkey-Iran High-Level Cooperation Council.
“I believe our cooperation will return to its previous levels as the epidemic subsides,” Erdoğan said at the meeting, which was being held via video link and co-chaired by himself and his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani.
It added that both sides were expected to exchange views on bilateral relations, as well as regional and international matters at the meeting.
The council had convened last in 2018 in the capital Ankara.